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Someday you will live forever in a fully restored house, but right now you are called to live with peace, joy, and productivity in a place damaged by sin. How can you be an active part of the restoration at the heart of God's plan? The book in your hands will teach you to live productively in the here and now
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Publication Date: 2011
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I thought I would just touch on one chapter I read this week. This week I felt particularly convicted by the chapter about eternity. It began with a powerful story of a woman losing every material thing that mattered to her in this world. She learns some very hard lessons and realizes that her hope was in the things of this world and not in eternity. She also faces some hard truths about herself. Tripp shares that after all that she had gone through she realized that no one was ever good enough for her. Her expectations for all in her life, including herself, couldn't be met because her hope had been placed in being perfect and in this world. Questions followed that asked the reader, in this case me, to reflect--am I expecting too much of the people in my life? Am I expecting them to do things they were never designed to do? Where is my hope really being placed? What makes a week good? (This question implies that what makes our week "good" may not be what should make it good.)
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If you're struggling as I have with the yuckiness of this world and how to cope with it...or if you're struggling with how to help your children cope with how to live in this world and not be of it...I highly recommend this book! I hope your heart and mind will be deeply encouraged by it as I have been.
Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this book for review from Shepherd Press.
Rev. Doyle Peyton5 Stars Out Of 5October 20, 2009Rev. Doyle PeytonA good book for bruised believers from a Christian counselor's perspective. A practical outworking of the true meaning of grace in the lives of Christians in a fallen world.
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